Feller has most recently been advising Prospa, and was previously COO of Afterpay.
He has also worked at Facebook (leading Workplace partnerships and product managing Messenger), at HP (vice president responsible for the printing and personal systems group's ecommerce business), Zipcar (president of the European business), PayPal (managing director for Australia) and eBay (managing director for Germany).
He holds a Diplom-Kaufmann (MBA) from European University Viadrina (Germany), and served as a non-executive director of Refugees United for six years.
"The pandemic has led Australians to trial new digital experiences, highlighted by the rise in prominence of QR codes, and adopt them in their day-to-day life. Linkly understands the tremendous opportunity in offering further innovations, as Australia continues its global leadership role in technological development that powers an effortless lifestyle," said Feller.
"Merchants of all sizes have had a difficult year and it's not over yet. But we're committed to supporting them by improving their payment journey; providing the best solutions that allow them to grow revenue and increase efficiency. This will allow them to strengthen their business while sustaining employees, creating new jobs and developing expansion opportunities."
Linkly currently handles more than two billion in-store and online transactions annually.